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proper

adjective   /ˈprɒp·ər/
B1 correct or suitable correcto Please put those books back in their proper place.
B1 mainly UK real and satisfactory adecuado, en condiciones You should eat some proper food instead of just sweets.
(Definition of proper from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

proper

adjective /ˈpropə/
right, correct, or suitable correcto, adecuado That isn’t the proper way to clean the windows You should have done your schoolwork at the proper time – it’s too late to start now.
complete or thorough completo Have you made a proper search?
respectable or well-mannered apropiado, correcto Such behaviour isn’t quite proper.
properly adverb
correctly or rightly correctamente She can’t pronounce his name properly.
completely or thoroughly bien; completamente I didn’t have time to read the book properly.
proper noun noun ( proper name)
(linguistics) a noun or name which names a particular person, thing or place (beginning with a capital letter) nombre propio ’John’ and ’New York’ are proper nouns.
(Definition of proper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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